Regarding the Bluetooth issues: I’m straight Android with a Galaxy Note 8 and a Galaxy Tab and I have similar issues as expressed by the iPhone group. I have not found a way to switch between those devices without having to re-pair, (not just re-connect). My phone is BT 5.0 and the tablet is BT 4.0 and I’m wondering if that has more to do with it.
Switching from the phone to the tablet fails the connection 100% of the time and then forces a Marvel power/off & re-pairing process to get them to work. Once working, if I try to switch back to the phone they start to connect and then Android displays a “Would you like to pair?” message. It’s like the phone is saying: I know you paired with these things before, but something is messed up and you need to accept pairing again. I can choose Yes and they connect and start working. It’s really strange. I get similar behavior with my Cisco desk phone and it blows out the memory on the Marvels, (if that’s what the issue is). I’ve been wondering if the Marvels are not keeping the pairing keys and managing them properly when re-connecting to multiple devices. Maybe some devices don’t care and just let it connect anyway since it’s in the pairing list, while other devices throw the brakes on and require a re-confirmation of pairing or like the iPhone just flat reject it.
Today I finally broke down and ordered the new Pixel 3 XL since others have been having good experience with them. I’d really, really love to be able to pair with my phone, PC and desk phone and switch reliably.
Any what’s up with the Marvel’s only pairing with 2 TV Connectors at a time? Who in the world is paying 6 grand for a new set of hearing aids and only owns 2 TVs? I have 3, but also want to use a TV Connector at work and keep one in my travel bag to plug into other places on the road. Memory is so cheap, so why not track the last 10?
Gotta end positive: Loving the sound, streaming, voice quality, etc. Feeling positive about the future if they will invest in more firmware updates and some major updates to the Remote App, I think they’ll have a killer package.